We have a focus on attendance this half term, asking parents and children to help us with our Attendance Challenge – look at our Attendance page to see how we are doing…
Celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee before the end of the first half of the Summer term, the children sang the National Anthem, planted 3 trees, sang one of the Queen’s top 10 songs and then enjoyed a ‘street party’ with parents. Children had also composed poems with local poet, Peter Roe, during the week, and these will be displayed at the village hall during the village’s celebrations.
Head over to our Science curriculum page to see the wonderful week we had for Science Week!.
Broadwindsor village community came together on Tuesday 15th March to commemorate The Lost Pilot – a Belgian pilot who fatally crashed his aircraft into the side of Lewesdon Hill in 1942. A memorial was unveiled in his honour in the woodland. Our Year 5/6 pupils read poems they had written, and words were spoken by his great niece, Benjamine, together with a representative from the National Trust and Andrew Frampton, local farmer who uncovered this story whilst isolating with Covid. The poems can be read on our history or english pages.
Broadwindsor Church of England V.C. Primary School is a Christian school which aims to offer the very best learning environment and promote high levels of self-esteem and a lifelong love of learning within an active Christian environment.
At Broadwindsor School we seek to create a happy, family atmosphere within a Christian environment where each adult and child feels secure and has a sense of purpose and responsibility.
Christian values are part of every aspect of our school curriculum and daily life and are reflected throughout our ethos, aim and objectives.
What Ofsted say about us (January 2018)
We are a GOOD SCHOOL
The Leadership team has maintained the good quality of education.
Pupils feel at home in the school because staff have nurtured a caring, supportive and welcoming culture.
Pupils want to do their best.
What our parents say (October 2020)
“Friendly and supportive of each child as an individual”
“Friendly and welcoming atmosphere; warm and nurturing
“Imaginative and creative approaches to learning”
“The teaching is fantastic, really enthusiastic and inspirational and it’s a lovely learning environment”
“We are delighted with our child’s progress in all areas of her learning and development at school”